The Department of Electromechanical Engineering holds its scientific symposium on the importance of oil and gas equipment engineering
The Department of Electromechanical Engineering at the University of Technology held its scientific symposium ((The importance of oil and gas equipment engineering in supporting the Iraqi economy)) in the presence of the head of the Department of Electromechanical Engineering, Prof. Dr. Hisham Selim Stubborn, and a number of professors, employees and students of the university.
The symposium contained one session chaired by Prof. Dr. Nuzhat Saeed Abdul-Razzaq and her course, Prof. Amir Abd +Jadou 'gave three first lectures entitled ((The role of electromechanical engineering in improving the performance of oil equipment)) delivered by Prof. Dr. Raheek Ismail Ibrahim, head of the branch of oil and gas equipment engineering in the section, dealt with the development of the branch of oil and gas equipment engineering and its importance in keeping pace with the rapid development of engineering sciences for equipment for the production and transportation of oil and gas storage.
As for the second lecture, entitled ((The Reality of the Gas Industry in Iraq)) delivered by Mohamed Farouk Abdel-Khalek is the director of the Rusafa site at the Gas Filling Company.
And the third entitled ((the most prominent technical problems for oil refineries equipment)) delivered by Resident Engineer Ali Adel Nader from Al-Wasat Refineries Company addressed the most prominent technical problems in oil refineries equipment.
The symposium reached several recommendations, the most important of which is the establishment of training courses for students of the oil and gas equipment branch in the Ministry of Oil and also the establishment of a cooperation agreement between the Department of Electromechanical Engineering and the Ministry of Oil to solve the problems of oil companies in Iraq through graduation projects for students of the fourth stage of the branch of oil and gas equipment engineering in addition to interlock between the department Electromechanical engineering with the Doura Refinery and the Gas Filling Company to solve engineering problems through the use of academic staff in the department through consultative and executive contracts.